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The Technology-Enabled Learning Prize 2021 logo next to a glowing filament bulb

The Technology-Enabled Learning Prizes are awarded by Cambridge University Press, to recognise Cambridge academics and other staff supporting student learning who have developed their own learning technology solutions or employed existing technology in an innovative way, to improve the learning outcomes of their students.

First awarded in 2019, there are two prizes: one for the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (AHSS), and one for Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics & Medicine (STEMM).

 

Congratulations to the 2021 winners!

Our congratulations go out to the winners of the 2021 Technology-Enabled Learning Prizes, who were celebrated alongside this year's Pilkington Prize winners at a virtual ceremony on Tuesday 29 June.

 

You can read about previous years' winners on the TEL Prize 2019 page and the TEL Prize 2020 page.

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